A collection of authentic down-home recipes that many native Texans grew up on, accompanied by hilarious commentary. This tiny (4.25'' X 5.5'') stocking stuffer-sized collection packs a wallop -- delightful recipes, old-timey favorites and dishes you'd never think possible, soon to be the talk of the trailer park. ''One scrumptiously funny cookbook,'' says Allan C. Kimball, author of Texas Redneck Road Trips
In the midst of white-on-white and weathered-wood trends, this living room in Mississippi dares to celebrate high-contrast colors like fuchsia, turquoise, and yellow. We parse out its time-honored (and tasteful) lessons for you.
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Charcoal Companion Grilled Cheese Recipe Book BBQ Basket CC3137 Charcoal Companion The comfort food classic ventures outdoors with this basket. The wide, non-stick grille…d cheese basket can hold two sandwiches at once and is perfect for use on the... read more
Booth & Williams
Derrydale Cookbook of Fish and Game by L. P. De Gouy. New York: The Derrydale Press, 1937. Two-volume set (Vols. I & II). Limited Edition #1192/1250. 638 pages. Hardcover…. Rare collectible pair. read more
Booth & Williams
Penguin Random House
America is experiencing a chocolate renaissance, and the epicenter is in the San Francisco Bay Area, where Ghirardelli has long been the standard-bearer for great chocola…te. Domingo Ghirardelli first began making chocolate drinks for miners during the Gold Rush. In the more than 150 years since, the chocolatiers who have carried on the company's grand tradition have made Ghirardelli the leading premium manufacturer in the country. Growing consumer demand for higher-quality cacao and specialized chocolate products prompted the experts at Ghirardelli to revise this collection of classic cookies, bars, cakes, and drinks. The recipes range from simple sweets to show-stopping desserts, while a special section on hosting a chocolate party comes just in time for holiday baking and entertaining. A stylish revision of the classic cookbook from America's longest continually operating chocolate manufacturer. Includes more than 80 recipes, a primer on chocolate varieties and uses, and more than 25 full-color photographs. This perfect gift for chocolate lovers includes a new holiday recipe section with a guide to creating edible gifts like cocoa mixes and decadent fudge sauce. Previous edition sold more than 65,000 copies.ReviewsTrue chocoholics . . . will want to dip into The Ghirardelli Chocolate Cookbook, oozing with recipes for homemade hot fudge sauce, lava cake, chocolate waffles and the like.Parade read more
Start incorporating fresh grains into your family's menu with delicious recipes like "Five Grain Pizza Crust". Developed by Vitamix chefs, this cookbook is invaluable for… anyone who wants to learn how to grind fresh flour from whole grains or start... read more
Golden West Pub
Texas Cookbook - Texas is a big state and many of its features are on a grand scale. Texas offers a variety of climates and terrains-sunny seacoasts, mile-high mountains,… teeming bayous, dense forests, cactus-studded deserts, and grassy plains. Texas is big cities, vast ranches, huge farms, petroleum production and burgeoning high-tech industries. Texas is the Alamo, the Cowboys, the Oilers, the Rangers, the Astros. It is the home of NASA-the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Texas is great food. From the indigenous population to the coming of the Europeans and wave after wave of immigrants. Some food styles were imported from other parts of the United States along with the migrations from the South, the Midwest and the East. Other cuisines traveled with new Texans from the south; Texas is a vigorous variety of food styles. Today's Texas-style foods, as featured in the Texas Cook Book, include Tex-Mex, barbecue, Creole and Cajun, Asiatic and European of various ethnic sources. And, it makes use of such home-grown produce as chile peppers, black-eyed beans, grapefruit, pecans and peanuts, fish and shrimp from the gulf, beef from Texas-size herds and barbecued foods that use native mesquite for fuel and smoke. To live in Texas is to celebrate life. Food festivals abound: chili cookoffs, shrimp harvests, barbecue contests, bed-and breakfasts, Oktoberfests, Wurstfests, chuck-wagon cooking, local harvest events, fine restaurants and resorts. Recipes included in the Texas Cook Book were submitted by executive chefs at famous Texas resorts, bed-and-breakfasts and restaurants. Others are from the collections of Texas homemakers, Texas food growers and manufacturers. From Texas, the Texas Cook Book offers you appetizers, breakfasts, salads, soups, chili, breads, Tex-Mex, main dishes, barbecues, side dishes, desserts and beverages-enjoy them as the Texans do, wherever you live! read more
Great American Publishers
Texas Hometown Cookbook, Texas home cooking at its best Frontier campfire cooking, spicy Tex-Mex, Cajun and Creole fare Texas food is just as diverse as it is delicious. …Now you can sample it all with the Texas Hometown Cookbook. This Texas cookbook features a collection of Texas food recipes gathered from home cooks living all over Texas. You ll also explore the many tastes of Texas dishes through the various food festivals profiled within. Pick a festival recipe and you can enjoy Texas festival foods from the comfort of your kitchen. Also, learn fun facts about Texas towns and the food traditions they celebrate every year. You don t want to miss this! Texas Barbecue Texas is known for lots of things, but where food is concerned, its barbecue is probably the most famous. From slow-smoked brisket to baby back ribs, Texas does it all. Celebrate Texas barbecue with the locals at a number of barbecue festivals held each year across the state. In fact, one of the largest barbecue festivals is held every October in Grand Prairie. The International Bar-B-Que Cookers Association Cook-Off features more than 100 barbecue cooks who prepare nearly 600 barbecue samples. Witness the Obie-Cue Backyard BBQ Championship, Jackpot Beans, and even a cook-off for kids. Craving a taste of Texas right now? Bring Texas flavor home with the Grilled Texas-Style Beef Brisket recipe from the Texas Hometown Cookbook. Complete with a custom rub and basting sauce, you re guaranteed to love it. Texas Chili Cook-Offs Chili is another food staple with its origins tied to the Lone Star State. Nineteenth-century Texas invented chili, first seen in San Antonio. The San Antonio Chili Stand later introduced the world to chili at the 1893 World s Fair in Chicago. Today, the Pump Jack Chili Cook-Off in Electra still honors the history of this cherished Texas dish. This annual event commemorates the discovery of oil in Electra with a CASI-sanctioned chili cook-off. Enjoy a Dutch oven dessert contest, a remote-controlled car race, and exciting performances by local artists. Want to try Texas recipes for chili in the comfort of your own kitchen? Look no further than Texas Hometown s Herb s Chili recipe. Salsa, Spice & Everything Nice The Tex-Mex fusion of American and Mexican culinary traditions typifies Texas flavor. There s nothing like a bit of spice to kick a dish up a notch. No one knows this better than the organizers of the Three Rivers Salsa Festival. Held in Three Rivers every April, the event celebrates everything salsa and not just the food. Besides a salsa making competition and a salsa eating contest, the festival also features salsa music and salsa dancing. Visitors will also enjoy a bicycle race and dozens of food and arts & crafts booths. Try Texas Hometown s Tomato Onion Salsa recipe with your favorite tortilla chips for a tasty snack with Texas flair. read more
Linda West Eckhardt
This cookbook is an exciting patchwork collection of authentic recipes as varied as the ethnic makeup of Texas.
Lucy M Garza
This delightful cookbook is straight from the cocina of a South Texas traditional Mexican home. Don't expect the regular fare of restaurants specializing in "Mexican" foo…d, but if you want a nostalgic trip down memory lane and tidbits to tantalize even... read more
When first published, The Texas Holiday Cookbook drew rave reviews and gained a national following. In this new edition, truly Texan recipes have been updated for contemp…orary tastes, products, equipment, techniques, and lifestyle concerns such as... read more
Eat like the King and/or Queen that you are.
This delightful collection captures the flavor and diversity of the cuisine of the Lone Star State. The Texas Cookbook presents recipes ranging from down-home cooking to …high-class affairs, from regional favorites to ethnic specialties. Mary Faulk... read more
Wild Horse Press
This delightful cookbook is straight from the cocina of a South Texas traditional Mexican home. Don't expect the regular fare of restaurants specializing in "Mexican" foo…d, but if you want a nostalgic trip down memory lane and tidbits to tantalize even the most avid gourmet, try some of Lucy Garza's down-home recipes. You can start the day with her taquitos filled with huevos con chorizo, lunch on pollo con calabaza or fideo con carne. In the afternoon enjoy a short snack with one of mama's meriendas and for the evening meal select from more than one hundred recipes, such as albondigas de camaron. The author, now a homemaking teacher in Falfurrias, grew up in her mama's kitchen and had a patient and loving instructor for her culinary arts. Her recipes were learned at mama's elbow and refined by her own growing interest in cooking. This cookbook is designed to beef up the Mexican heritage of thousands of Texans and to introduce cooks of all backgrounds to the delightful experience of turning the kitchens into Mexican cocinas. read more
30 classic Texas recipes to treasureThe Little Local Texas Cookbook brings the essential flavors of Texas to your table. From traditional BBQ to celebratory party treats,… you’ll find recipes for slow-roasted beef ribs, chicken-fried steak, chili cheese enchilada breakfast tacos, Texas sheet cake, and other classic dishes. Written by a regional food expert and beautifully illustrated, this little cookbook is the perfect gift for Texans and tourists alike. Color illustrations throughout read more
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Texans love cooking and they especially like baking... Hungry cowpokes can eat their weight in cookies. It is a right of passage and a matter of Texas Pride. That's why t…he Texas Recipe Club has put together this Cookie CookBook to satisfy the oldest and the youngest cowboys that ride the range. Join us in a celebration of cookie cuisine! read more
Got beef? You bet your boots Texas does. The legendary land of cattle and cowboys, Texas produces billions of pounds of beef each year. This handsome cookbook showcases h…undreds of the carnivore's favorite preparations, specially selected from among the menus of steakhouses across the state. Recipes and information about steaks of all stripes--from strip to chicken fried--alongside beef dishes such as chili and fajitas and other classic Texas steakhouse selections accompany this photographic tour of steaks, steakhouses, and steer in the Lone Star State. read more
When first published, The Texas Holiday Cookbook drew rave reviews and gained a national following. In this new edition, truly Texan recipes like Margarita Balls and Real…ly Whomped-Up Mashed Potatoes have been updated for contemporary tastes, products,... read more
Texas cowboys are the stuff of legend — immortalized in ruggedly picturesque images from Madison Avenue to Hollywood. Cowboy cooking has the same romanticized mythology, …with the same oversimplified reputation (think campfire coffee, cowboy steaks, and... read more
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Hickory Smoked, Authentic Southern Cooking Awaits...The Easy Texas Cookbook is a collection of 50 Authentic Southern Recipes. Real Southern Texan Cooking is a mix of Texa…n, Mexican, and Cajun cuisines. And you will learn them all in this cookbook!No one can dislike good southern food. Dishes like Texas Style Fried Chicken, Sheet Cakes, Briskets, and Baked Beans are American classics you will learn in this cookbook.The key to authentic Southern cooking is in the preparation of your meals and the use of spices.This cookbook will teach you an effortless style of Texas cooking that will produce amazingly delicious and tasty meals. Enjoying Southern food is as easy as going to the local grocer and grabbing some fresh meats and spices! Remember Authentic Texas Cooking is a fusion of many great cuisines and you will learn them all in the Easy Texas Cookbook!Here is a Preview of the Recipes You Will Learn:Texas BrisketSouthern Potato SaladTexan Fried ChickenTex-Mex BurritosHickory Mushroom Stuffed BurgersMuch, much more!Pick up this cookbook today and get ready to make some interesting and great tasting Texas meals!Related Searches: Texas cookbook, Texas recipes, Texas recipes cookbook, Southern cookbook, southern recipes, Texas, Texas food read more
Ten Speed Press
Bold. Majestic. Storied. Texas. The Lone Star State has many traditions, among them its homegrown cuisine, which Texans have always been justly proud of, and which has… been gaining followers--and respect--all over the country. The Reata restaurants have an honored place in this emerging culinary story. Reata: Legendary Texas Cuisine tells the tale of one American family that, against the breathtaking backdrop of Texas, took risks, worked hard, and dreamed big. Today the pride of the Micallef family are its two Reata restaurants, the original location in the tiny West Texas town of Alpine, and its much larger sibling in Fort Worth. Reata pays homage to America’s cowboys and the values they have come to symbolize by promoting the traditional ideals of integrity, generosity, and hospitality with an easy ambience, exciting dishes, and exceptional service. The Reata menus combine familiar Texas fare with fresh culinary trends, including signature favorites, like the pepper-crusted tenderloin, the golden chicken-fried steaks, and the tenderloin tamales. Adventurous cooks will want to try the buffalo rib eye and the smoked quail, as well as some of the more surprising pairings, such as the boar ribs with a Thai-inspired spicy peanut dipping sauce. And no Reata cookbook would be complete without the fiery jalapeño cheese grits or the unrivaled “Giant” onion rings. So if you can’t drop by one of the restaurants and set a spell, Reata: Legendary Texas Cuisine will give you a taste of Reata that’s as big and bold as the state of Texas itself. read more
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
A unique collection of recipes for meals, appetizers and desserts using easy to find ingredients. Nothing pretentious, just great food!
Park & Norma Kerr
With southwestern expertise, the Kerrs present a collection of more than 100 recipes guaranteed to please the most hot-headed "chile heads" and everyone else who seeks fo…od to set their tongues on fire. Here are authentic recipes inspired by the... read more
If barbecue in Texas is a religion, this book is its bible. Originally published only in print in 2002, this revised and updated edition explores all the new and exciting… developments from the Lone Star State's evolving barbecue scene. The 100 recipes... read more
In traveling the backroads to gather material for the popular television show Texas Country Reporter, producer Bob Phillips and his crew have tasted some of the best Texa…s cooking--from crawfish in Mauriceville to chili in Terlingua to sauteed... read more
Gwen McKee; Barbara Moseley; Tupper England
Each cookbook in Quail Ridge Press' acclaimed Best of the Best State Cookbook Series contains favorite recipes submitted from the most popular cookbooks published in the …state. The cookbooks are contributed by junior leagues, community organizations,... read more
Gwen McKee; Barbara Moseley; Tupper England
If you love the food that comes from the state of Texas, then this is the perfect cookbook for you!Throughout the pages of this Texas cookbook, you will learn how to cook… popular Texas recipes such as:• Cowboy Casserole• Ranch Mac and Cheese• Texas Pork Ribs• Texas Pulled Pork• Texas Beer and Cheese Soup• Texas Brownies• Buffalo Chili• Barbecued Brisket• and much, much more!So, what are you waiting for?Grab a copy of this cookbook and start cooking authentic Texas recipes as soon as today! read more